ill-mannered[ il-man-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-mannered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-MANNERED
She was uneducated and ill-mannered, impulsive and quarrelsome.
At first he is violent and ill-mannered, and is angry at seeing his master overthrown.
He was, it must be remembered, a very rich man, and could afford to be ill-mannered.
And ill-mannered as this was, Mr. and Mrs. Skratdj never put a stop to it.
I didn't want him to think that I was such an ill-mannered brute as I seemed.
But his way is to regard most men as ill-mannered and well-meaning.
Yes, I know there are porcupines, but porcupines are vicious and ill-mannered.
Have you ever been ill-mannered enough to watch the birds going to bed?
I didn't mean to be ill-mannered, but I didn't know the half of this that you've been telling.
It is not you but the ill-mannered Alexandrians who invented that name!